0.2-1.5mm thickness ppgi / prepainted steel sheet / ppgl coil

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0.2-1.5mm thickness ppgi / prepainted steel sheet / ppgl coil

 

Introduction: We offer Pre-Painted steel coils with color coating applied on Cold-Rolled,Hot-dip galvanized base-steel. Galvalume basesteel.Pre-Painted give bettercorrosion protection. So it become one of the most sought-after building materials in construction, transportation, manufacturing, the light industry, the office furniture industry, household electrical alliances, food packaging, and the areas all over the world.

 

 Features: -Corrosion resistance. -Formability. -Decoration. - Excellent Workability.

 

 

Applications Fields: Roofing and walling, curved profiles, corrugated sheets, foamed sandwich panels for roofing and walling, roof tills, rainwater gutter, metal doors, garage doors, wall panels for partitions, ceiling panels,suspended frames, interior metal doors or windows, profiles for exterior cabinets of white appliances, office furniture, home appliances, etc. ppgi(prepainted galavanized steel coil)

 

Raw materialSGCC, SPCC, DC51D, SGHC,A653
CertificateISO9001
Thickness0.14mm-0.7mm
Width1250mm or under
Tolerancethickness+/-0.01mm
Surface treatmentgalvanized / galvalumized steel sheets

T Bending (top-coating)

T Bending (back-coating)

3T

≤4T

Anti-MEK Wiping100times
Zinc coating40-180g
Type of coating structure2/1 or 2/2 coating, or customized
StandardGB/T12754-2006, GB/T9761-1988, GB/T9754-1988, GB/T6739-1996, HG/T3830-2006, HG/T3830-2006, GB/T1732-93, GB/T9286-1998, GB/T1771-1991, GB/T14522-93
Colorcustomized
ApplicationBuilding industry ,structural use, roofing, commercial use ,household appliance,industry facilities,office buildings

 

prepainted galvanzied steel coils PPGI on sale

 

Products Discription

prepainted galvanized steel coil, PPGI/ PPGL.

Material: SGCC,SGCD,SECC,SECD,DX51D+Z

GRADE:CGCC,CGCL

THICKNESS:0.10-0.80MM

WIDTH:600-1250MM

LENGTH:IN COILS OR ACCORDING TO CUSTOMERS REQUEST

COIL WEIGHT:3-12MT

ID:508MM,610MM

ZINC COATING:50-275G/M2

Surface Structure: galvanized ,zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle

COLOR: RAL number or sample colour

Topside: 5micron primer +15-20microns polyester

Backside: 5-8microns primer epoxy.

Surface treatment: chromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled

Application:

It widely applied to many Building industry ,structural use, roofing, commercial use ,household appliance,industry facilities,office buildingsbuildings. You can see PPGI/ PPGL is extensively applied to shopping mall, industrial/agricultural building, hotel, restaurant, resort, office building or gymnastic facility.

Household Appliance:

1.Refrigerator shutter &side panels, Washer, Freezers, Air conditions,

2.Rice Cooker, Microwave Ovens, Water Heaters, Sterilization Cabinets, Range Hoods

3.Computer Panels , DVD/DVB panels, TV back panel etc.

Teaching Board: whiteboard, blackboard, greenboard(chalk board).

Indoor Decoration: Fireproof Door, kitchen cabinet, wall decoration.

Shipping Industries: Ship, Yecht, Marine.

Elevator/Medical Equipment/Rubbish Bin.

Special

1. strong corrosion resistance,conducive to deep processing,such as corrugated steel sheet

2. advanced coating equipment

3.competitive price

4.soonest delivery

5.various color

 

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